Anadarko Daily News - Anadarko, OK
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N 35° 04.532 W 098° 14.621
14S E 568952 N 3881680
Quick Description: The Anadarko Daily News began in August 1901, and has been operated by the McBride family since 1937.
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 9/24/2011 5:59:28 PM
Waymark Code: WMCN9Y
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member GT.US
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Long Description:
The Anadarko Daily News publishes six days a week, Monday through Saturday. They are the largest newspaper in Caddo county, and the lifeblood of this town of 6400. The current circulation of the paper is 4600. The Daily News began in August 1901. Joe McBride combined three local papers into one in 1937, and the McBride family has owned this paper ever since.

The newspaper is currently located in a building they own called Main One, located at 115 N. 1st Street. They were located at 119 E. Broadway, around the corner until a fire destroyed that building in August 2009. But they were not to be deterred. They didn't miss a single issue, thanks to the newspaper in El Reno who offered their printing equipment. The paper does not have a web site.

They now share this building with the art gallery, specializing in Indian art. Two fascinating murals adorn the building, on the north side, and above the main entrance on the west. The current editor of the paper is Carolyn McBride.
Area Served: Anadarko and nearby Caddo County communities

What is (later, was) its physical address?:
115 N. 1st Street
Anadarko, OK US

Does it now just provide an internet read?: No

Internet address: [Web Link]

Did you ever buy or subscribe to this paper?: No.

Please provide a link referring to the newspaper's demise.: Not listed

If applicable, when was this publication's last edition?: Not listed

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